June 18, 2010

Nifty Cool Stuff I Can Do

Come to find out, you can absolutely teach an old teacher new tricks.  Okay, well I'm not that old; but there's a perfectly good reason why I married a man who is rather savvy with a computer.  I break them, he fixes them.  It's a perfect marriage.

Well, then I woke up closer to midnight than to dawn one night while on an insomnia jag because teaching does that to a person and I thought, "Other people have blogs.  I could have a blog.  How does one do that blog making thing, anyway?" And so my blog was born.  And the more I mess with it and take notes on the blogs of others, the more saavy I am becoming.  And I don't mean to toot my own horn, but BEEP BEEP BEEP!  I made my own blog button!  And I know that some people will say "so what, that's pretty easy to do."  But you'd have to know me.  So I am very proud of my new creation, which was born thank my lucky stars today.  Here it is if you would like to try it out.  Just copy and paste the html text into an html/java gadget that you create for your own blog. You know how it works.  But in case it doesn't work, here's the round-about that my savvy honey taught me:  insert a picture gadget; right click on the blog button image on the top right of this page and select view info; copy and paste the URL that will show up at the top of the window conveniently highlighted for you into your image web address box (picture shows up this way); enter my blog address in the link box--don't give it a title or anything--and save.  Voila!

Yeah me!

And I would like to mention that if you have never visited Picnik.com, you absolutely HAVE to check it out!  This blog button was made possible by the brilliant people behind Picnik.com.

P.S.  I would like to say thank you to all of my new followers!  You've made my Friday awesome!

Copy and Paste:

<center><a href="http://www.zibelineknits.blogspot.com/"><img src="http://lh6.ggpht.com/_I04hYt8N9H0/TCt0w15bT4I/AAAAAAAAAW4/Eqio43nTsPU/s128/zibeline%20knits%20blog%20button.jpg" /></a></center><span style="font-weight: bold;"></span>


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